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3 injured in Robertson Co. home explosion
CEDAR HILL, Tenn. (WKRN/AP) - Law enforcement officials say a Robertson County home exploded after a woman attempted to light a water heater. According to the Robertson County Sherriff's office, the explosion occurred Friday after 34-year-old Brittany Elliott turned on the gas in her Cedar Hill home
Tennessee man flips off, pulls gun on couple wearing MAGA hats in Kentucky Sam's Club
NASHVILLE, Tenn.--A Cottontown, Tennessee man has been arrested in Kentucky after reportedly pulling a gun on a man because he and his wife were wearing MAGA hats. According to the report from Bowling Green Police, 57-year-old James Phillips was wearing a "veterans hat" inside a local Sam's Club whe
Mother, children recovering after gas explosion in Robertson County
CEDAR HILL, TN (WSMV) - A mother and her two children are recovering in the hospital after a gas explosion at their home on Buzzard Creek Road on Friday afternoon. According to Robertson County Sheriff's Office, 34-year-old Brittany Elliott turned on the gas to heat her home around 12 p.m. Friday. E
Georgia lawmakers want Tennessee to give up a portion of border, Tennessee River
NASHVILLE, Tenn.--Georgia lawmakers are again seeking to claim land in Tennessee they believe belongs to their state. House Resolution 51 was passed in the Georgia Legislature last Thursday by a vote of 163-4. The resolution cites a flawed survey of Georgia's northern border with Tennessee and North
Family vacation to Middle Tennessee ends after their trailer is stolen with an ATV inside
NASHVILLE, TN (WZTV)-- What was supposed to be a fun family weekend in Tennessee left a South Carolina family high and dry. They should have been off-roading, but criminals put an end to that.
Rush Limbaugh on whether Trump is justified in taking executive action to secure funding for his border wall
Then -- TRUMP: The only reason we're talking about this is because of election, because they want to try and win an election, which it looks like they're not going to be able to do.
NC Man, 50, Faces Life In Prison After Traveling To Nashville To Have Sex with 15-Year-Old Girl
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The MNPD’s investigation of a North Carolina man on child pornography charges today resulted in his conviction by a Nashville federal court jury on all criminal counts.
‘I think we do’ have enough votes to put emergency termination on Trump’s desk: Sen. Tammy Duckworth
(WASHINGTON) — Sen. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill., said Sunday on “This Week” that she believes there is enough support in Congress to put forth a resolution to terminate President Donald Trump’s national emergency at the Southern border.
CODE RED: Flash Flood Watch for portions of Middle Tennessee
UPDATE (1:58pm)-A Flash Flood Watch has been issued for parts of Middle Tennessee from Tuesday evening through Wednesday night. Counties include Stewart, Montgomery, Robertson, Sumner, Macon, Clay, Pickett, Houston, Humphries, Dickson, Cheatham, Davidson, Wilson, Trousdale, Smith, Jackson, Putnam, O
Tennessee hills Distillery releases new gin, plans for expansion to Johnson City
Tennessee Hills Distillery has just released a local gin made right here in the Tri-Cities. Stephen Callahan, owner of the Jonesborough distillery, released the newest of the distillery’s craft spirit this past weekend: the Hellcat gin.
A look at the guns of the Presidents (PHOTOS)
In honor of President’s day, we take a look at some of the hardware associated with the men who have occupied the Oval Office. As noted by Monticello, Founding Father and primary author of the Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson wrote to his 15-year-old nephew, Peter Carr, concerning what
Tennessee officers helping search for suspects after auto theft, officer-involved shooting in Kentucky
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. — Authorities in Tennessee are searching for at least two wanted men accused of stealing a woman’s car in Kentucky and then fleeing the scene of an officer-involved shooting.
Worker sues City of Springfield for racial discrimination
NASHVILLE, Tenn.--A Middle Tennessee man is suing the City of Springfield for racial discrimination. Filed in the Middle District of Tennessee, Jordan Dickerson, an African American employee of the water and wastewater department in Springfield claims other employees created a "hostile work environm
Liberty Creek to be name of Sumner’s new school campus
Liberty Creek will be the name of Sumner County’s soon-to-be-built school campus on Upper Station Camp Creek Road near Cottontown. Future students will don red, white and blue as their school colors and cheer for the Liberty Creek Wolves.
Death of 3-year-old Tennessee boy in hotel pool is 3rd in 4 years
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Police in Tennessee say a 3-year-old boy found unconscious in a hotel pool has died, the third such death at the pool in the past four years. Knoxville police say in a Facebook post Raymond Whitlock died at a hospital Sunday. He was found Saturday in the indoor pool at the Qu
Miranda Lambert allegedly dumps plate on woman in steakhouse altercation
NASHVILLE, TENN. — Recently married country singer Miranda Lambert reportedly got into multiple altercations with restaurant patrons last weekend. Before announcing she quietly married New York Police Department Officer Brendan Mcloughlin some time ago, she was about to get into a fight with a woman
630 new homes, grocery store planned in Gallatin
A new 630-unit housing development with a commercial center that includes a grocery store is being proposed at the corner of South Water Avenue and S.R. 109 in Gallatin. Windsong would be an emerging walkable community located on 126 acres that borders the Halewood Estates and Elk Acres neighborhood
Casino in Sevierville? Not without a change to Tennessee law
SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. — The Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians (EBCI) is in talks to buy a parcel of land in Sevier County for "future economic development." Officials with the City of Sevierville say the property is just off I-40 at exit 407.
Trump can’t run the Mueller playbook on New York feds
Even as speculation mounts that special counsel Robert Mueller might be winding down his investigation, a parallel threat to President Donald Trump only seems to be growing within his own Justice Department: the Southern District of New York.
Electric Cars Fizzle in Cold Weather, Even as Tennessee Tries to Prop Up Industry
Even as Tennessee government officials have a history of trying to prop up the electric car industry, members of the American Automobile Association say cold weather dramatically saps how well electric cars work.